Easy-To-Make Street Foods at Home!

Do you miss your favorite street cuisine but don’t want to step out of your doors?

Here are 4 delectable street foods which you can easily make at home

Chole Bhature

It is a combination of chana masala and bhatura. The dish is typically served for breakfast or brunch. Chole bhature is often accompanied by yoghurt, pickles and onions.


Momos are typically steamed, although they can also be pan-fried or deep-fried. They are often served with a spicy dipping sauce, such as a chili-vinegar or tomato-based sauce.

Gol Gappe

This ubiquitous street meal is known by several different names across India like panipuri in Maharashtra, golgappa in some regions of North India, phuchka in West Bengal, and gupchup in some regions of Odisha, Bihar and Jharkhand.

Vada Pav

Two pieces of pav are topped with spicy, fried vadas that resemble dumplings and are accompanied by a variety of hot chutneys. Vada pav is always seen on Mumbai street.

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